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FREE Measurement Conversion Chart! Includes all conversion rates for metric and customary units of length, weight, and capacity. Also includes time. I print these on card-stock and then laminate them. They live inside my classroom desks so students have them on hand AT ALL TIMES! Check out these other great measurement resources: Metric Conversions with Whole Numbers (8 page packet) Metric Conversions with Decimal Numbers (8 page packet) Customary Conversions with Whole Numbers (8 pag
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K - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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This activity requires students to answer 12 questions that relate to the metric system. Once finished, students will use the answers to color the corresponding parts of a relaxing zen coloring page. I hope you enjoy this freebie! You can find more of my Science Back to School Activities HereIncluded:➤ Student Question Sheet➤ Student Coloring Page➤ Teacher KeysHow is this product useful?✔ Excellent summative assessment ✔ Versatile - use for classwork, homework, early finishers, extra credit, tes
This freebie features information pages about these penguin species: Emperor, King, Gentoo, Adelie, Macaroni and Little. This is the metric version. Please click * here for one with imperial measurements (inches, pounds). The pages are written in an easy-to-read format making it easier for young students to study these birds and write reports. They can read the information page, record key facts on the graphic organizer and then use this information to write a research paper. This product su
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K - 5th
Included is a set of 30 multiple choice task cards. Each card lists an object to be measured and four metric units. The students are to decide which units would be best for the measurement. Also included are three benchmark measurement cards. These cards give pictures for students to identify with for the different metric measurements. A card for liters, grams, and meters is included. An answer key and student response sheet are also included. These task cards were made to help stud
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3rd - 6th
Are you looking ways to keep your students engaged and learning here at the end of the school year or after testing? Or for a unique way to practice measurement problems? These puzzle race games are perfect for those times when students just need more time with their skills, but not in worksheet form. They’re also good for the holidays or those days when the weather’s not cooperating and your students are inside for recess. This product includes 6 different word problem strips, all using measure
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4th - 6th
These FREE! Cornell Doodle Notes combine two effective note-taking strategies and can be used to introduce or review the Metric System. The notes begin with a section that shows why the Imperial system is quite silly (especially for science!). Then, they cover that 10 is the ‘magic number’ of the Metric System, the units and abbreviations for mass, length, and volume, the prefixes, a mnemonic device to remember the prefixes, and then an explanation of how to convert between metric units. They al
A FREEBIE to help students with metric conversions! This chart uses the acronym "King Henry Does Usually Drink Chocolate Milk" to help students remember the order of the six basic metric units. Available in color and black and white. Related Resources for this Product:King Henry Metric Conversion PostersThe Kingdom of Gallon Mini-BooksThe Kingdom of Gallon Measurement WorksheetsPERFECT FOR ANY LEARNING FORMAT!Can be used as a PowerPoint or Google Slides presentation for online and distance lear
We made these anchor charts to help support our students' understanding of measurement. This FREEBIE includes visual charts for weight/mass, length, and volume/capacity. We also added flipbooks to glue in spiral notebooks! If you enjoyed this product, please check out our other measurement products!Save money and download our Measurement Unit Bundle with this product along with much more! Enjoy! -Top Floor Teachers
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4th - 6th
This FREE Doodle Note will help you teach your students about the 7 base units in the International System of Units (SI Unit system, which is the updated version of the Metric System). The 7 base units for the SI system are:kilogram (kg) for measuring masssecond (s) for measuring timemeter (m) for measuring distancekelvin (K) for measuring temperaturemole (mol) for measuring the amount of substanceampere (A) for measuring electric currentcandela (cd) for measuring luminosityI've include 2 diffe
This activity is designed for use with 5th and 6th grade students and features a metric conversion method using a base ten place value chart.  This makes the process very visual and easy for students to manipulate.  (It may also be appropriate for very capable 4th graders.) Related Products Fraction and Decimal Worksheet Activities {grades 3 - 5} The Power of Ten Pictures Books and Activities Customer Tips: How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases: • Please go to your My Purch
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4th - 6th
Free printable to help students convert between different units of measurement in the metric system.
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4th - 12th
Help students remember how to convert units in the metric system using these metric conversions posters. This science bulletin board set includes two mnemonic devices used to teach students to convert metric units. Posters are also included to show students the largest and smallest units and how to convert the units. Like this metric conversion chart? Check out my metric system lessons here. This metric conversions bulletin board set includes: Teacher instructions on how to use this poster setTw
Practice measurement conversions for length within the metric or U.S. standard systems with this memory matching card game. Perfect activity for a math center or partner work!This download is one pdf file that includes:★Game directions poster★20 metric length equivalent cards (using millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers)★20 U.S. standard equivalent cards (using inches, feet, yards, and miles)★Card back design★Answer key for student or teacher use★My unique Collaborative License, which
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4th - 6th
Use this GREAT resource to help students convert from metrics and into metrics! This simple concise tool can be kept as part of a binder or notebook all year! This product pairs nicely with my HUGE METRICS BUNDLE! Check it out! Metrics Measuring Bundle: Introduce & practice length, volume, mass & density! Other metrics measuring resources: Measuring Metrics review Length, Mass, Volume including station practice Measurement Challenge Review, metrics and customary (inches) -measure a ca
DIGITAL PDF AND PRINTABLES: You will download six free sampler task cards for teaching your 4th grade students standard and metric measurements. You may use the printable task cards in math centers or stations for fun review games and activities, such as a scavenger hunt or SCOOT. They also work well for transition activities, as exit tickets and for morning work, quick formative assessments. Game ideas, a student response form and answer key are included.✔︎ Common Core Math Standard:CCSS.MATH.C
Review metric prefixes and simple metric conversions using this fun Hidden Picture Reveal game. The self-grading nature of the activity is perfect for review and reinforcement or even a different sort of homework assignment. This activity is designed to be used in Google Sheets and shared to your students via Google Classroom or to students own Drives. This resource is a paperless, digital review and reinforcement activity that must be completed on a laptop or iPad. Printable worksheets are
If your students are having a hard time converting in metric, this chart may help. -Excellent resource for interactive math notebooks! - Interactive - Color-coded - Meters, Grams, and Liters! (length, weight, volume) It includes the slider bar for the units, a mnemonic sentence for quick memorization, and an opportunity for hands-on activity. Print on the card-stock paper on a color printer: 1. Cut along the top and bottom lines of the tabs in the UNIT square. 2. Put the slider bar through
Pokemon Go, but with math! Included: posters to hang up around the school, as well as a worksheet students use to record answers. In order to "Catch them All" students must correctly answer the metric conversion problems.
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3rd - 5th
Digital Distance Learning Exit Tickets for Time, Area and Perimeter, Line Plots, and more.MY ENTIRE MEASUREMENT UNIT IS FREE! Download it and take a look around.Quick Checks are my digital exit tickets after math lessons! All quick checks are 3-7 questions--just enough to measure knowledge of the skills that were just taught. I love using quick checks to help me create intervention groups and get a quick gauge on understanding.Quick Checks Included:-Customary Length-Customary Weight-Customary
This worksheet is a practice sheet for converting between different units in both customary and metric units of length. It includes a guide with a diagram for reference at the top of the page to help students with their conversions. This worksheet can be used as homework, an informal or formal assessment, in-class practice for review, or at a math teacher table for additional practice.
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4th - 5th
This is a "cheat sheet" that I give to my students to study form and use on homework, etc. It list the basic customary and metric conversions for length, capacity, and weight. There are two on each letter sized page to save paper. Also, check out my Metric and Customary measurements books. So Fun!
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2nd - 12th, Adult Education
This worksheet allows for students to practice converting between metric units. Skills covered include converting between meters, centimeters, grams, kilograms, centimeters and millimeters. Review questions included allow for practice in converting in the Customary Unit system, rounding, adding multi-digit numbers, and dividing. This worksheet was designed to practice metric conversions along with practice previously taught skills in 4th grade.
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3rd - 5th
What is the Metric unit of length? What is the English unit for measurement volume? Thirty solid review questions in one fun game! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Common Core standards met: CCSS.Math.Content.5.MD.A.1 Convert among different-sized standard measurement units within a given measurement system (e.g., convert 5 cm to 0.05 m), and use these conversions in solving multi-step, real world problems. CCSS.Math.Content.6.RP.A.3d Use r
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4th - 6th
A metric scavenger hunt is a fun way for students to review and practice measurement. In this activity, students will search for objects in their backpacks and around the room that are as close as possible to a given length, volume, or mass. The student(s) with the closest measurements can win a prize! Materials Needed: Meter sticks, triple beam balances or electronic scales, and an assortment of beakers/graduated cylinders. You might also be interested in:Metric system tarsia puzzleMetric syste

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